Thanks to a jam-packed morning of planning meetings, last-minute projects and a lunch date with my friend Erika, today’s Monochromatic Monday was a bit late out of the gate…but once I started pulling images, the cares of the day melted away as I lost myself in an autumnal utopia. Since I’m not usually a fan of the classic black-and-orange palette for Halloween, I gravitate towards softer harvest-y color combos that are just as festive. This board started with the idea of multicolored heirloom pumpkins…and before I was done, I’d incorporated falling leaves, spiced cider, cinnamon sticks and mounds of crispy apples to form an absolute smorgasbord of autumn flavors. I think this would be pretty fabulous inspo for a dinner party right about now, don’t you?

By the way, if you’re still planning for Halloween fêtes, don’t miss last week’s trick-or-chic board!

*images: {row 1} girl eating apple, honey cider, caramel apples {row 2} cider buffet, flatware {row 3} calligraphy, spiced popcorn, jam jar, spotted pumpkins {row 4} fall leaves, cider, apples, autumn picnic.


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